It’s no secret that Arsenal are interested in Celtic’s winger Karamoko Dembele. But who isn’t?
The latest reports in England suggest that Arsenal have joined the hunt for Celtic winger Karamoko Dembele.
Dembele made one appearance across all competitions for Celtic. He is one of the brightest talents across Europe.
The 16-year-old has represented Scotland and England at Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 level, winning 22 caps and scoring 4 goals.
His impressive performances have apparently caught the eye of some of Europe’s big clubs.
The report claims that Arsenal manager has extensively scouted Dembele and is considering a move for the winger.
Karamoko Dembele has the talent to play many roles in midfield and attack.
According to The Sun, “Arsenal are ready to scrap it out with Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain for Celtic’s 16-year-old wonderkid Karamoko Dembele. Gunners boss Unai Emery is looking to youth as he strives to build a bright new era at The Emirates. German giants Borussia Dortmund and a clutch of Premier League clubs are also chasing the Bhoys teenager. Arsenal could nip ahead of the rest after doing business with Parkhead chiefs earlier this summer with a £25million deal for left-back Kieran Tierney. Dembele made the first-team breakthrough under boss Neil Lennon at the tail-end of last season, impressing in a 2-1 victory over Hearts.”
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Arsenal have to fork out a huge transfer fee if they are genuinely interested in Dembele.
If Dembele turns out to be a star player like many expect, it could be one of the club’s smartest transfers.
Stylistically, he would be a great fit in Arsenal.
Arsenal fans would certainly love to see him arrive at the club this winter.
How strong that interest is and whether Arsenal will make a move remains to be seen but it is certainly one worth keeping an eye on.
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